surfboard


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surfboard

a long narrow board used in surfing
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She can do the 'standup,' or standing on the surfboard after paddling with the speed of the wave, and the 'cutback,' or picking up speed and suddenly twisting back to meet the wave and glide.
This thing is sexy," Gustin said of the design of this year's surfboard trophy during his acceptance speech.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global surfboard market for 2016-2020.
NOSEDIVE Lifeguards recover pilot on surfboard as plane goes under
Called The Mini, the new surfboard has been developed with Kalani Robb, a professional surfer and US Open Surfing Champion.
The more dedicated a surfer becomes, the more knowledgeable they get when it comes to the details of surfboard dimensions.
Bristol-based mouldCAM is building the board for the Visit Huntington Beach campaign in California, which hopes to break the world record for the most people to catch a wave on a surfboard.
So to show I was really serious about it, I made a surfboard.
The 25-year-old pulled his left leg out of the water but the shark got a mouth full of surfboard.
The method comprising the steps of providing a solid surfboard wax consisting essentially of an effective concentration of an oral shark repellent and applying that wax to coat the surfboard in order to achieve the traditional function of providing traction between the surfer and the board and to simultaneously render the surfboard foul tasting to a shark.
In the surfboard industry, the current vulnerability of making things cannot be so simplistically explained (1).
Entrance fees are Dh200 for those without their own surfboard or Dh125 with surfboard.